Tutorials

Here are some quick tutorials on how to navigate the Huntington Public Library’s FB page!

“Like” the Huntington Public Library:

    • Go to the Huntington Public Library’s Facebook page! www.facebook.com/HuntingtonPublicLibrary
      The top of the page should look like this!
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    • Click on “like”
      And the button should then look like this!
      like 3
    • And you’re done!

Turn on Notifications:

    Go to the Huntington Public Library’s Facebook page! www.facebook.com/HuntingtonPublicLibrary

    The top of our page should look like this
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    Click the small arrow next to the “liked” button
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    The menu should look like this!

    You can change if you would like to see all of our posts in your newsfeed first, or have them set as default.

    Once you’ve done that, you can change the settings also!
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    Click the small pencils to edit the settings!

    The menu should look like this:
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    You can check off you would like to get a notification for every post that is posted, or just for certain posts.

    That’s it!


Subscribe to an event:

    View the post of our events here:
    www.facebook.com/HuntingtonPublicLibrary/posts/1158659904198560

    It should look like this!
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  • Then, click on the little “subscribe” button!
  • Once you do that, it looks like this:
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  • And that’s it!
    When an event is approaching, you’ll receive a notification reminder. It will say “You have an event today at [certain time].”

Go to an event:

    When you view any event on our page, (view all of our events here: https://www.facebook.com/HuntingtonPublicLibrary/events)

    There should be a bar in the event at the top that looks like this!
    event 1

    Click the little button that says “interested”
    Then it will look like this:
    event 2

    Once the little check mark appears, click on it again!
    event 3
    A menu will pop up like this! You can change it to “going” if you are definitely going to the event.
    Or just leave it as “interested”